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rounds were exchanged in that firefight. john miller's sources have told him that a bomb of similar design to the ones use on monday at the race, one tho bombs was thrown at the police officers engaged in this firefight. it exploded. it apparently malfunctioned. it did not explode with the same intensity as the bombs on monday. but part of the bomb was found later embedded in one of the police cars. in this firefight, tamerlan tsarnaev, 26 years old, was killed. a police officer was shot and gravely wounded. but dzhokar tsarnaev, 19 years old, fled on foot. they've been looking for him ever since. about two and a half hours ago, a news conference was held which essentially said we've lost him. people in boston and its northern suburbs who had been told to stay in their homes and lock their doors, they were told it's essentially safe to come out as long as they were vigilant, and there was a vow that the suspect would be caught at that point. but it was only 20 or 30 minutes later that a report of a man in the same area that had been searched was found around a boat, perhaps in a boa
. you see there he's probably asking some very good questions. and as john miller mentioned earlier, he doesn't want to just know about what's happening on the ground. you could probably watch cbs to get that but he wants to understand what links and information the federal government is gathering to understand more about these actors, whether or not they're connected to a broader network, what the federal government is doing to one tai contain this d. question for the whitehouse coming up no doubt for owe firm- officials in nightfall and still don't have resutn. that's going to be a big question for officials in boston and it's going to be a question for the president. >> helen: juan zarate who has spent his share of time sitting in that same room with president bush as deputy national security advisor for counterterrorism. >> we mentioned the president's top terrorism advisor sleshgs monaco sitting there in the middle. as juan mentioned, this''s native of boston. you have to imagine that this attack on boston, the city where the president and lisa monaco have spent so much time seem v
on the suspects' alleged plot to target times square. with me is john miller, cnn correspondent for cbs this morning. john, this is all like a movie, isn't it. every day is a new twist and turn to this. but it's a real life situation. we now understand from the words of dzhokhar tsarnaev to the investigating authorities the brothers planned to go from boston, they had blown up the marathon, and go to times square and do the same thing there. they had five pipe bombs and a very similar bomb to what they used at the marathon. >> exactly right. if you were talking to a criminal profiler, they would say you see two organized offenders. they have a specific plan. they have been working on it for a time. they execute that plan, we're going to bomb the boston marathon, then they make their escape. what you see after that is two disorganized offenders, because they weren't expecting apparently to be identified so quickly, they weren't expecting to see both of their faces splashed across national television as they did last thursday, and then you see their plan go from organized and well thought
to the boston bombings, and john miller talks with a s.w.a.t. team who put the surviving suspects in handcuffs. >>> republicans try to blame the white house for massive delays at the nation's airports. >> in studio 57 pastor joel osteen and his wife victoria and harvey winestein. >> we begin with your world in 90 seconds. >> he will not be treated as an enemy combatant. we will prosecute this trust through the civilian system of justice. >> authorities charge the surviving suspect. >> dzhokhar tsavraev says he and his brother were religious views and had no terrorism. >> for plot thwarted by bliss in canada. >> two men in a terrorist plot backed by al qaeda. >> the attack was not imminent but the threat real. >>> overflowing rivers in the midwest have flooded streets and homes. >> this could be spectacular. time to take the school boat to school. >> a nasty spring storm will dump half a foot of snow from colorado to michigan. >> heartbreaking to look at it. >> the faa is starting its furlough program, forced days off. >> delays at some of the nation's busiest airport. >> the g
that you are watching of the massive police response. john miller, i wonder. we have been watching this now for about an hour. is it too much to say that if this was nothing these officers wouldn't still be there? this has been going on for a while. >> it has been going on for a while and these are -- these are the kind of things where you want to slow down the incident and i think they've dean good job of that and they have a number of things that they need to do but i think even if it were nothing, even if there were no movement, no indications, they would still take such a methodical approach because of the layered-- and when i say layered threats i mean there's a potentially violent individual there, he's potentially armed and he's potentially armed with explosives. it requires different tools and different specialists from law enforcement agencies from different disciplines so we need to put together this integrated team, make sure you have everything on hand for any of those exigent circumstances that can come up as you move closer to that boat to resolve this situation and there's on
in the attack and no suspects in custody. earlier i spoke to cbs senior correspondent john miller about the investigation. you're a former assistant director for the fbi so you know what they're going through right now. take us through the process. how do you investigate a massive crime scene with i would imagine a lot of small bits of evidence everywhere. >> so on a smaller level this is going to be the kind of investigation you saw for oklahoma city or 9/11 and i say on a smaller level because you have a smaller crime scene but you have a few advantages here which is there were a lot of witnesses right there when it happened. it was televised from a number of different angles and you were in the heart of downtown boston so you have a myriad of other cameras everything from the camera on the atm someone may have walked by to security cameras in the area and they are going over all of that. already they found video of an individual walking with two backpacks and that video shows him from behind. they'll exploit other angles to see if there's a front shot of that person. was he carrying
in a boat in a backyard in the boston suburb of watertown. senior correspondent john miller got the first interview with s.w.a.t. team officers who made the arrest. >> what's the first you see of the suspect? >> as we're approaching what we call a danger zone, we broke final cover from the house and we're out in the yard. that was the danger zone because there's no cover for us except for that ballistic shield. as we're crossing that danger zone, i saw the suspect sitting up on the gunwale of the boat with one leg hanging over the side and his hands were just sort of down by his side. he looked weak. he was shaky. appeared to be losing consciousness and did have some wounds to his body. you could see the blood on his body. >> you can see john miller's entire interview with the s.w.a.t. team that arrested dzhokhar tsarnaev coming up on "cbs this morning." >>> the boston marathon bombing is also influencing the immigration debate on capitol hill. tara mergener is in washington with more. good morning, tara. >> reporter: good morning. the brothers accused of the boston marathon bombings have
that there are two dead that they have confirmed so far. john miller, our senior correspondent, former assistant director of the f.b.i. is with us. john, what have you been learning? >> well, they're looking very hard at that piece of closed circuit television security camera video. they've gotten a individual who they're interested in because he's carrying two backpacks. now you know how early it is and how information will shift and change and that's an important caveat but when you have two devices possibly contained in backpacks and you have an image of somebody moving before that carrying two backpacks that could be someone who's got his backpack and one he's carrying for another runner or that could be a suspect. so what they're doing now between the f.b.i. and boston police department is they're looking at his direction of travel. the shot that they have of him is not really identifiable. it's from behind. so they're scoping out the network of cctv cameras trying to figure out from the direction he's coming from what other cameras would he have passd? can they identify the same individual
in police custody. john miller, what are you hearing from your sources about how all this went down? >> we are told that a man who had been in lockdown all day when the lockdown was lifted came out to take a walk around, his first walk around on a beautiful spring day of the lockdown. >> pelley: the city was locked down, the governor of massachusetts told everybody stay in your homes, don't go to work, don't go to school, lock your doors, don't leave. all day long today. >> and he followed those instructions so he had cabin fever. so as he's walking to the back of the house there's a small building back there and he said i noticed a tear in the tarp that covers the boat so i climbed up, i looked inside and what he said in the 911 call is "there's a bloody mess there there." and three boston police officers responded and they climbed up and looked in there and they said they saw somebody and they saw somebody moving and there was blood there then they backed away from the boat to call for tactical teams. they said something popped up out of the tear and opened fire and they returned fire. t
john miller and former fbi assistant director tom fuentes. former massachusetts homeland security director julia kiham and bob baer. this news of the russians twice expressed concerns to the u.s. about the elder brother to the cia, also to the fbi, and this word that the cia wanted to place the elder suspect on a watch list back in 2011. what do you make of it? >> actually, to me sounds fairly routine. the first request of the fbi was a foreign law enforcement cooperation request, which is pretty common. we send them to the fsb, the fsb sends them to the fbi. they wanted them essentially to cover leads, to do an investigation into his background and possible ties on u.s. soil. the request to the cia, which is legally barred from investigations on u.s. soil, was to ask if they had any leads and concerning overseas intelligence. and when you have somebody who is the subject of basically an assessment, is this person instituting a threat either on u.s. soil or russians, gathering information, that's one of the people you would place in tide. and that's the terrorist identities data m
covering the story, john miller and bob orr, plus the chairman of the hois homeland security security committee, mike mccaul. and we'll get analysis from former new york mayor rudy giuliani, and former homeland security secretary tom ridge. but that was not the only story this week. there was also the senate's failure to strengthen gun control laws. >> all in all, this was a pretty shameful day for washington. >> schieffer: we'll hear this morning from the newtown victims' families. >> my mom was not scared in the halls of sandy hook. they should not be scared to cast a vote to protect millions of people. >> schieffer: it was a week of lows and highs. ♪ sweet caroline ♪ >> schieffer: and we'll cover it all because this is "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news in washington, "face the nation" with bob schieffer. >> schieffer: and gps're gbility are argoodmorning, and h boston police commissioner ed davis. i know you told reporters earlier this morning, that you can't speck plate on the motives of these two young men, but can i ask you this-- were they plann
. with us, senior correspondent john miller, former assistant to the fbi director. good morning. >> good morning. >> a lot of unanswered questions. what have we learned about the trip to russia and the trip to chechnya? >> they are putting that together piece by piece. what's happening now, the leak at moscow, their legal attache has joined up with the msb and working in a joint investigation, tracking down people, retracing steps, interviewing people and what they are looking for is two things. was there a bombmaker, a bomb teacher, a bomb test that happened there? can they find their way through that? >> i thought they were self-taught and self-radicalized? >> that is what he said in his questioning in the hospital, the surviving suspect, you don't take that at face value. go back over the trip, remember, the young every brother may not know what his brother did in the russian trip, because he didn't go. so they are working that jointly over there to find those answers. >> who do they think might have done that, given him instruction if he received instruction? >> there are stories eme
was injured, but not a person of interest. charlie and norah. >> we have john miller, formerueller, former fbi director. >> they are looking at a lot of photographs. a couple of them they have seen they have high interest in. these are photographs that are immediately before the bombings or minutes before the bombings where they see an individual with packages who they think is a possible match for the bomber. with more than one photograph with more than one individual. they are trying to go through digital evidence will we find a picture of our guy. >> this particular photograph people are making note of this morning. it looks like if you look in that area there, it looks like a package in front of the speck spectators. most of the spectators had a blast from the back of them. the blasts of their legs were injured. what do we think of something like this? >> the forensics are telling us there are many shards of a black nylon bag, the container of the pressure cooker bag. what you see there is a bright orange bag. it's worth looking at. but i think you already hinted the
this evening with mike barnicle of msnbc's morning joe kevin cullen of "boston globe" and john miller of cbs. >> if they think they will get us they don't know much. we care in boston about politics, sports and revenge. the revenge is the laughter of our children. these guys don't knowwhat ty did. every cop i talked to today, just hard looks and people are ready. and i have no doubt they'll identify who did this. boston is a tough town. it's the kind of town where people take two punches to land one. that was just one punch at us and we'll hit back. >> jon: re conclude with gregory doran the artistic director of royal shakespeare company of julius caesar. >> it speaks in the last 50 years in african since the country has began to gain their independence. looking at how many times rulers have come to power on a wave of popularity. they've been overthrown in a military coupe and plunged the country into civil war. that's the plot of julius caesar. we were doing a bit of work on the play, a year before we rehearsed it first. and while were -- we were doing this work the arab spring was unfoule
for him and we'll talk this evening with john miller about the circumstances of this amazing day. >> i think you're looking at two people who demonstrated in the last 24 hours-- or starting at the boston marathon on monday-- a determination, a certain level of daring-- meaning that they're t terribly concerned if theye caught or killed. i think if you look at tamerlan, the older brother, throwing a bomb and charging at a heavily armed group of police in a fire fight, he was not afraid to die and that that may have been actually part of his plan in that moment. so i think you're dealing with someone who's very dangerous. >> rose: we continue with the conversation with two people who are experts on the digital revolution. they are walt mossberg and kara swisher. >> everything is moving in mobile. if you ask compaes lean social network, e-commerce companies, many of them appeared at the conference. the percentage of people doing their readings, transactions, checking with their friends on mobile versus p.c.s or macs is just soaring and i think that's the fundamental underlying headline of
.s. out of fear she will be arrested. >> john miller is a former assistant fbi director. john, good morning. >> good morning. what are the implications of this wiretapping other than the russians held more cards than we thought? >> i think the implications are that they didn't share everything they had, which is not a great surprise. when you're the fbi dealing with the russian fsb, there's more comfort on the cyber issues and terrorist issues. it's more comfortable but not very comfortable. >> does it say investigators should have done more? >> i don't think so. i think the politicians in this story are doing what they do best, which is they've arrived at the field of battle a little bit late and bayonetted the wounded. in 2011, that somehow there's a magic formula where there will never be a terrorist attack here because someone's in your file with a 90-day assessment that was done at the request of a foreign government. so this is one of those cases where we're looking for the radicalizer, the bomb maker, and as the case unfolds, and i can always say this
, three, nine years old. some of those people are in critical condition. john miller has been talking with his sources in law enforcement all afternoon long and, john, what can you tell us? >> well, one of those hundred people in the hospital is somebody they're interested in. this was an individual who witnesses just before the blast saw and thought was acting suspiciously and after the blast ran away. although we have to say if context a lot of people ran away. he was chased down and tackled, handed over to boston police and this is someone they are talking to now. he's suffering from burns. >> pelley: john, there's been conflicting reports about whether an unexploded bomb was discovered and defused by the police. what do you know about that? >> so you have the two devices that went off and then a number of packages that the bomb squad disrupted. we were told earlier today that one of those was a recovered device. right now there's a little bit walking back from that so we still have some reports that they recovered a device and we have some people saying it now appears that they di
, earlier i spoke with cnn correspondent john miller. he's also a former assistant fbi director and he says the bombs were simple but deadly. >> what we're learning is that both devices, the one in front of the runner's shop and the lenscrafters, the one in front of the starbucks were pressure cooker devices contained in black nylon bags or more likely backpacks, and the way the pressure cooker works is you put your explosives inside. it's a good device. for high explosives you can use smokeless powder or pyro techs, smokeless powder and you have your timer, your initiator, and when it's supposed to detonate. it detonates inside and then the pressure of the explosion builds up within the pressure cooker until it breaks. so what the pressure cooker does is it contains that explosive energy till it can't anymore, and then it in and of itself becomes shrapnel and lets that explosive energy out at a much higher rate because it's built up inside. and if you take that shrapnel as we've seen in so many cases and tape on the outside, you have nails and nuts and bolts flying at people at 1,500 feet
the parts found in the wreckage. bob orr, john miller and elaine quijano on the investigation. the senate has decided the fate of national gun control. >> so, all in all, this was a pretty shameful day for washington. >> pelley: chip reid has the results. a threat to the president was intercepted before it reached the white house. wyatt andrews has the story. there's a break in the case of the murdered prosecutors in texas. manuel bojorquez is there. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. we have uncovered some new developments in the boston marathon bombing, and we will have those in just a moment. but first, there is a major breaking story out of washington tonight: the gun control legislation written after the newtown massacre has been scuttled in its entirety by the united states senate. moments ago, standing with parents from newtown, connecticut, the president railed against the senate. >> so, all in all, this was a pretty shameful day for washington. but this effort is not over. i want to make it clear to the american
it as an act of terrorism. >> pelley: john miller, bob orr and elaine quijano have the latest including what we now know about the bombs. we've learned the identities of two of the dead, a woman and an 8-year-old. jeff glor on martin, the boy who put a face on the tragedy. dr. jon lapook tells us how the youngest of the wounded are being treated tonight. and don dahler on the stories survivors are telling. >> everybody was just spectacular. the most well organized response i've seen in my entire life. captioning sponsored by cbs captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley reporting tonight from boston. boston. >> pelle >> pelley: good evening. no motive, no suspects, and the f.b.i. is now asking for help to identify the marathon bomber. they found a lot of evidence in the area behind us. we're just across the street from the boston public library next to boylston street where two bombs exploded yesterday at the world's premiere marathon. the f.b.i. appealed to the public came this evening. the agent in charge, richard deslauriers asked the public for leads and p
. >> pelley: bob orr and john miller are on the investigation. the president came to boston to lift the people's spirits, and he brought them to their feet. >> the world will return to this great american city to run harder than ever and to cheer even louder for the 118th boston marathon. >> pelley: major garrett is with the president. a catastrophic explosion devastates a texas town. ben tracey is on the scene. and saving the life of a child. elaine quijano with tracy monroe who helped rescue one of boston's littlest victims. >> there's a baby, there! i said, "jane, it's going to be okay, honey. you're going to be all right." you're going captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" ptith scott pelley. nsored by cbs >> pelley: good evening. they are the most wanted men in america tonight. have a look. the f.b.i. today said the two men in this video are suspects in monday's boston bombings. but where are they, and who are they? so far, they are known only as suspect help in identifying them. in a moment, we will give you a web site where you can see these pictures again, and we'l
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collier and where did they get their explosives? we now have new details from bob orr and john miller. and we'll talk to the officers who stopped the terror. >> this is the one chance we had. we wanted to end this for everybody. >> pelley: a phony news report about an attack at the white house since the stock... sends the stock market plunging. major garrett reports and fighting the flood in the midwest. dean reynolds is on the scene. Ñiçsx scene. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. another difficult day for boston. the city said good-bye to two victims of the terror attacks. there was a private funeral for eight-year-old martin richard whose childhood innocence we will never forget. sean collier achieved his childhood dream when he became a cop. an army of officers attended his funeral today. we learned why collier was executed as he sat in his patrol car. more about that in just a moment. but first bob orr has information about a shopping trip one of the suspects took to buy explosives. >> report
. >> axelrod: thank you, dean. our john miller is a former assistant director of the s.b.i., and he joins us now. hat are you hearing about the condition of dzhokar tsarnaev? >> reporter: well, he's not in good shape. he lost a lot of blood. he has a bullet wound to what appears to be the back of his neck and another to... to his leg. but that bullet wound is actually pretty intriguing to investigators. of course, he and his brother were in a big shoot-out, but they're saying that that wound to the back of the neck is very possibly a suicide attempt. they say it appears from the wound that he might have stuck a iun in his mouth and fired and hetually just went out the back outhis neck without killing him. that's one of the reasons he's unable to communicate. ut he can understand what they're saying, and they believe dhere's going to be a point where he'll be able to talk to anem. >> axelrod: so, he may have tried to kill himself. if he does recover to the point where he can communicate, what t investigators hope to learn? >> reporter: well, they need to know three primary things, and 'ley'll
escaped the boston bombing suspects and set off events know ended the manhunt. john miller has his harrowing story in the first television interview. bill plante breaks news asking the president about the growing hunger strike at guantanamo bay. >> it is a recruitment tool for extremists. it needs to be closed. >> pelley: a new survey finds a major change in housing prices coast to coast. carter evans has the numbers. and he was the first american to climb everrest. >> i was just a frail human being. we were just hanging on to life. you're in the death zone. if you don't get down, you die. >> reporter: chip reid tells us at 84 jim whitaker hasn't lost his step. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. you're about to hear for the first time from a man who got caught up in the terror in boston two weeks ago and helped bring it to an end. an immigrant from china, he was car jacked by the suspects, but he escaped and tipped off the police. he worries even now for his safety. so we concealed his identity and altered his voic
. and a nation in shock. john miller has the latest on the investigation. >> here in boston emotional stories emerging from people whose lives changed in an instant. we'll talk to eyewitnesses and a doctor who is treating victims. >>> amid horrific news are stories of kindness and compassion. >> we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> something just blew up. >> oh my god. my god. >> authorities search for answers after two deadly bombs blast the boston marathon. >> two explosions 100 yards apart near the finish line. >> three people are confirmed dead including an 8-year-old child. at least 140 others injured. >> i can't say i've ever seen this volume of patients come this quickly. >> injuries range from shrapnel wounds to burst eardrums to amputations. >> this is like a bomb explosion that we hear about in the news in baghdad. >> the blast on patriots day. thousands packing the streets on a holiday. >> there's people everywhere. this guy the whole bottom of his leg was gone. >> the scene was horrible. >> overnight the police and fbi search an a
was killed overnight in the shootout we've been talking about with police that john miller just laid out for us in watertown. so they have not found the younger brother yet. he is believed to be heavily armed, perhaps carrying explosives. he's obviously proven to be dangerous. and right now there is just a full-court press trying to find out where he is because until they can neutralize him, there is a potential that the threat goes forward because we don't know what else, if anything, he might have planned or have been up to. and also at the same time, on another channel, investigators are trying to find out if these two brothers were simply working together as a small two-man cell or if they were working with something larger. at this point we have no evidence of anyone else involved, but that is not a concrete conclusion. charlie? gayle? >> bob orr, thank you. awaiting a news conference. john miller, bill bratton back with us as well as gayle king and scott pelley. here's what interests me. we know their name, we know a little bit about them. where the father is, is the father alive,
the security cameras they have downloaded. >> john miller, thank you. >>> another terror scare may be over. mississippi man is under arrest, accused of trying to send ricin to president obama and senator wicker. paul kevin occcurt >>> the weather looks nice in the bay area today. as we look live toward the tallest skyscraper in san francisco, the transamerica pyramid, and plenty of blue out there. the numbers start out chilly with 41 in santa rosa, 43 at livermore and 47 in san jose. we warm up from there to 77 in san jose and 69 in the city. and the extended forecast look at what happens. the numbers warm into the mid- 80s by early next week. looks like a good beach weekend, as well. enjoy it. happened in texas to the oklahoma bombing. we'll show you the possible toxic health risk. >>> gun control is blocked in the u.s. senate and the president is furious. >> this was a pretty shameful day for washington. >> we'll look at why the white house couldn't get enough support from democrats. >>> and a surprise arrest in the murder of two prosecutors. details on the woman who could face the death
injured and a nation in shock. john miller has the latest on the investigation. >>> h boston emotional stories emerging from people's whose lives changed in an instant. we'll talk to eyewitnesss and a doctor who is treating the injured. >>> and amid the horrific story, stories of kindness and compassion. >> we begin with today's eye opener, your world in 90 seconds. >>> yesterday, terror was brought to the city of boston. >> our mission is clear, to bring to justice those responsible for the marathon bombings. >> authorities search for answers, after two deadly bombs blast the boston marathon. >> something just blew up! >> oh my god. >> two explosions within ten seconds, 100 yards apart. >> two confirmed dead 140 others injured. >> the volume of patients come this quickly. >> the injuries ranged from shrapnel wounds to burst air drums to amputations. >> this is like a bomb explosion we hear about the news in baghdad. >> the blasts on patriots day, thousands packing the streets on a holiday. >> there were just people everywhere just legs gone. >> it was horrible. th
marathon. we're joined by john miller. >> this is the ultimate crowd sourcing. you have world attention focused on this and a world where you don't have to be watching tv to see that photo go by. we live in the world where it's on everybody's smart phone. anybody can pull it up. and they are counting on this level of crowd sourcing, tens of millions of people, including in other countries, to-- somebody out there knows them. >> rose: we close this evening with a conversation about the global economy with india's minister of finance. >> you see, we require massive investment to build our country. the bulk of it comes from domestic savings but we still require at a margin, foreign investment, for that brings technology. that brings invasion, that brings better management skills and management management practices. it opens new markets for us. it introduces us to new products. that is the advantage of getting fdi. >> the texas explosion,s bots to-- boston investigation and the global economy when we continue. >> rose: funding for charlie rose was provided by the following:. >> rose: additi
change the world. >> rose: john miller, walt mossberg, kara swisher and rick levin when we continue. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> as we prepare broadcast for air, an on going story is developing. watertown authorities have captured bombing standoff number two. to want in a segment taped earlier this evening john mill over cbs news explain house we got here. >> rose: once again with john miller of cbs news, he has been covering this story all day. there is a massive manhunt under way in massachusetts for suspect number two, suspect number one has been killed. we are taping this conversation at 6:10 eastern time so my question is where are we? >> they have a massive perimeter 20 blocks in either direction. they are nearly complete with that perimeter and so far at this stage they have not found man they're looking for which is obviously very frustrating and potentially dangerous. >> rose: how will they measure he's unlikely here and we need to expand this manhunt? >> i think they do two things. one, before they
cbs investigators john miller and bob orr, and analysis on all that and more from peggy noonan of the "wall street journal." harvard university's david gergen. cbs this morning cohost norah o'donnell. foreign correspondent clarissa ward, just back from sirpia. and political director john dickerson. plus the highlights will of last night's correspondents' dinner. it's all next on "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news in washington, "face the nation" with bob schieffer. >> schieffer: and good morning, again. south carolina republican lindsey graham is in cottonwood, arizona, this morning. and, senator, thanks for coming. i want to start with the-- some of these details, more details now coming out on the russian bombers and their family. it now turns out not only was one of them on a u.s. terror watch list, but also his mother as well. what do you make of this? and where are we on all of this? >> well, i don't know if his mother was on the watch list, but the warning letters the f.b.i. received in march of 2011 and the c.i.a. i think in november 2011, inclu
correspondent john miller is here to help us sort this all out. john what, is going on here? >> reporter: so what is going on is they've shifted their view in this case away from the original theory that was it might have been part of the aryan brotherhood prison gang because that prosecutor's office was involved in a case there, more to individual people prosecute bide both of the district attorneys whoere murder. and that brought them to eric williams, who was aned justice of the peace who was then prosecuted, both by by mark hassee, and by mike mclelland, and looked looking into him they found out he was somebody who made threats to other people, who had a large collection of guns, and possibly had a grudge. of course, he denies all this. >> axelrod: you've spoken to him a couple of times. what's he saying to you? >> reporter: what he says is he understands why they're looking at him, that they have to do their jones, that he has nothing to do with that case and that he's been cooperative. he says his case was about the political undertoes in the county but he ustands what' going's charge
of terrorism. >> pelley: john miller, bob orr and elaine quijano have the latest including what we now know about the bombs. we've learned the identities of two of the dead, a woman and an 8-year-old. jeff glor on martin, the boy who put a face on the tragedy. dr. jon lapook tells us how the youngest of the wounded are being treated tonight. and don dahler on the stories survivors are telling. >> everybody was just spectacular. the most well organized response i've seen in my entire life. captioning sponsored by cbs captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley reporting tonight from boston.
in a private funeral service. "cbs tmoins" senior correspondent john miller says it aparcollier was killed for his gun. >> the operating theory now in the investigation is that they were short one gun and they wanted to get a gun for the younger brother and the fastest efficient way to do it is a surprise attack on a cop. >> reporter: vice president joe biden is heading to boston tomorrow to attend a public memorial service for collier. randall pinkston, cbs news, boston. >> tsarnaev faces federal charges of using weapons of mass destruction, to harm people and damage property. state prosecutors are expected to charge him with the murder of that m.i.t. campus officer, as well. >>> meanwhile the bay to breakers race is helping victims of the boston marathon. they are donating $5 to the one fund boston for every person that registers in the next 48 hours ending this time on thursday. more than 30,000 people are expected to descend upon the streets of san francisco for the 12k race. bay to breakers is sunday, may 19. >>> the boston bombings apparentlyinvolving legal immigrants is now a factor
that is? so it's going to be very important. >> john miller, cbs news, we appreciate your time tonight. thank you so much. >> thanks, derek. >> all right. >>> we'll be >> a chevy chase man pleaded guilty in the case of the high- tech peeping tom. he is 64-year-old dennis alan vandhusen, and prosecutors say he rented rooms in his home to young women and then used hidden cameras to record them in their bedrooms with their boyfriends. police say they found videos of those intimate encounters on vandhusen's laptop. police say he purchased the hidden cameras disguised as smoke detectors. >>> republican senator john mccain and schumer met with president obama to outline a new bipartisan immigration reform bill. this legislation would give 11 million illegal immigrants in this country legal status if they could pass a background check. >>> let's get to topper because right now it's pretty nice out there, topp. >> it really is. our live michael & son weather cam, near the pentagon. lots of sunshine. temperatures still 72. our high was 7 4. winds right now out of the south at 11. they'll become
by the finish line. former director of the fbi john miller explains the process experts will go through to examine the device. >> one of the things they learned in two war zones and numerous terrorist cases is, fingerprints are inadvertently left behind. remember the bomber doesn't believe there's going to be much to recover. he's intending that device is going to go off. sometimes they're more sloppy than they would be. a hair may fall in there which can offer dna. even if they covered their tracks to leave all that out, simply the way the bomb is mailed, if it's something they've seen before, they've categorized all of them and may recognize a bomber's signature which would give them an indication. >> that could be critical in the investigation. late tonight the fbi announced they are taking charge of the criminal investigation into these explosions. so far, no arrests have been made. denise. >> thank you very much, adam. again, no credible person or group has yet claimed responsibility for the attack. >>> still to come on eyewitness news, he's responsible for capturing some of the fi
in a moment, a further consideration of this with john miller of cbs news and others. stay with us. >> rose: joining me now from boston mike barnicle from morning joe, ate native bostonian, kevin cullen from the "boston globe" and here in new york john miller of cbs. i'm pleased to have them here. what is the latest, john? >> what is the latest? it's almost like starting over. yesterday was about saving lives, doing rescues and stabilizing that scene from all the reports of suspicious package. today was about locking the scene down waiting for the ert, evidence response team to come, f.b.i. team, and bomb tech in additions to do a painstake post blast investigation. we're seeing that unhold and learning more about the bomb. and the other thing was, there was an early possible suspect a, a person of interest, somebody near the scene that they thought was social suspicious. they've had 24 hours with this person. his story has checked out and he is looking more like a victim and witness than anybody involved. >> rose: what does victim mean? a victim of explosion or something else? >> primarily
that coming up. let's now go to john miller who has been talking to his sources. john, what is the latest we know about the search for who may have done this. >> well, nora, what we're likely to hear in the press conference coming up is about person of interest. there will be a lot of questions about that. what they will tell us is he's not guilty considered a suspect. -- considered not considered a suspect and the appeal to the public to send leads. >> and let's go now and listen in to the special news conference. everyone thank you for coming this morning. less than 24 hours after yesterday's act of terror, we wanted to organize a briefing for you with the information that we have. the mayor is here. the members of our congressional delegations, law enforcement, leadership, we have several people who want to present to you this morning and take your questions. a couple points i want to mention at the outset: i told you yesterday that the fbi has taken charge of the investigation, special agent in charge rick deloria will speak shortly. it's important to clarify that two and only two explos
with investigators. former fbi insider john miller with what dzhokhar tsarnaev is telling them. plus we'll go to moscow where we look at ties to terror groups. >>> major budget cuts. if your airport hasn't been hit yet, it could be today. >>> more flooding in the midwest and we'll introduce you to the teacher of the year. >>> but we begin with today's "eye opener" with your world in 90 seconds. >> we have reason to believe, based upon the evidence that was found at that scene, that they were going to attack other individuals. >> authorities question the boston bombing suspect. >> dzhokhar tsarnaev is now communicating in writing with them. >> the battlefield is now in the united states so i believe he is an enemy combatant. >> the fbi did interview tamerlan tsarnaev. >> we need to up our game. >> a moment of silence will be observed today one week after the boston marathon bombing. >> we're not going to stop the marathon because we're stronger than the terrorists. >>> the latest flooding in the midwest has now taken at least three lives. >> the mississippi river
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